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Deal with High BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) and Nausea

2014-01-29 22:25

high BUN level, nausea and vomitingIs there a relation between high BUN and nausea? Nausea is just one of the gastro intestinal symptoms of Chronic Kidney Failure and usually accompanied with vomiting. Nausea and vomiting usually experienced early in the morning upon awakening. Now follow us to learn more about high BUN and nausea.

How does high BUN cause nausea and vomiting?

Healthy kidneys play a vital role in filtering harmful substances present in the blood, and they also help to eliminate toxins out of the body through urine. Once kidney function is impaired, wastes cannot be eliminated effectively and then build up in the blood. Urea nitrogen is one of the waste products of the body. And it can be decomposed by intestinal bacteria and then produce ammonia. Ammonia is a toxin that stimulates individual’s intestines and stomach, which makes people feel nauseated.

How to treat nausea and vomiting effectively?

Though many ways like drinking water and limiting protein intake can be helpful, we think treating kidney problem is the best way.

Since high BUN is caused by loss of kidney function, it is natural that we can alleviate nausea and vomiting by improving the conditions of kidneys. When kidney function is increased, the excess blood urea nitrogen will be excreted. When the level decreases, nausea and vomiting symptoms will be successfully alleviated.

Now the problem is how to help increase kidney function. Do not worry, such a therapy has already been used in the clinic. After learning about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy For Renal Failure, you will know why it becomes more and more popular among kidney disease patients.

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